Hi Tim! Just thinking out loud here:Cupwise wrote: ↑Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:36 ami'm really not sure that would be any different even if i were still an official 3rd party developer either.
I see Acustica Audio getting more and more popular every day, Dave pensado and Greg Wells are talking about the plugins online etc. And with the developments in the tech the cpu and workflow is getting better all the time making plugins easier to use which I think will mean it is inevitable that the rest of the audio world will eventually catch on and AA will only increase in popularity.
In light of that i think that being onboard the "official" boat would give developers a great platform/springboard for their products, a better reach into the audio market. And probably a better return.
From what I gather, when you are "officially" onboard you have access to the new tech that gives you the ability to create Acquas with Nebula, as we see with the current "official" libraries.
And as for doing a Distress*r, i know everyone and their grandma has a version now, but as you know they probably won't sound as good as something done with Nebula. Certainly within this community it would be popular, but if it done right i can only imagine word would spread.
I see requests a lot for the Distress*r and also the La2a, 1176 and lots of other classic pieces of gear that already have a ton of algo versions, but that AA themselves don't want to touch for whatever reason. For me because there is a demand for these units, it is an opportunity for folks.
Anyway I don't know the ins and outs, i don't know if this is any of my business, like i said, just thinking out loud here based on what I'm seeing and hearing. Best wishes.